The members of IMS (Independent Media Solidarity) are best known for their work on the groundbreaking documentary We Need to Talk About Sandy Hook. Fast Forward to over 3 years since the events at Sandy Hook Elementary school in Newtown Connecticut captured the world’s attention. Perhaps not surprisingly the focus of IMS fell on the person allegedly responsible, Adam Lanza. While the family members of those allegedly slain continue to lobby for their individual causes – be they related to gun control, mental health reforms or attempting to restrict the limits of free speech – the average person had long since moved on. Not so for the members of Independent Media Solidarity.
The life of Adam Lanza is littered with anomalies, contradictions and apparent fictions. Attempts to retrieve further information on him and his life have been an effort in futility, more likely to uncover animosity, threats and harassment than any actual information. The Life of Adam was the work of many people. Many researchers contributed to the information it presents.